A Shell Net Cowl


The crocheted cowl has been completed. It took longer to make than the crocheted Möbius from an earlier post. The design was from the book: Crochet One-Skein Wonders edited by Judith Durant & Edie Eckman.

20140119-194103.jpgThe design was named “Shell Net Cowl” designed by Ryan Hollist. I did fewer rounds than the pattern called for, used a different yarn and added additional shells to make the cowl longer. My cowl is made from a variegated rayon yarn from my stash. Doing these crochet projects has me wondering if I might add crochet to some future weaving projects.

4 responses to “A Shell Net Cowl

  1. I like it. Looks like something I could do with some of my handspun as it usually ends up in crochet instead of weaving. Adding crochet to weaving could come up with some interesting things.


  2. I love it. Most of my handspun ends up in crochet and this would work great. I have a niece who would love it I’m sure.


  3. Very nice, lightweight for Houston. I think I have that book somewhere…


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